AutoHotkey Script – Launch Google

Let’s admit it; we all spend a lot of time googling whether it be for personal reasons, professional reasons or just for fun. So this simple script is probably the most useful one you will ever come across. (It is definitely my favorite, so maybe I am biased).

#g::Run www.google.com

To know how to create a script file, click here: First AutoHotkey Script

How It Works:

The # symbol denotes the Windows key.

:: symbol means that the action defined on its right will be executed when the hotkey defined on its left is pressed.

Run command is used to launch a program, in this case, the google web page.

So, when you press the windows key and the letter ‘g’ on your keyboard simultaneously, it will launch the google web page in a new window/tab.

You can of course personalize the hotkeys according to your preferences.

Meghna

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